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About 82 percent of Metro Manila residents feel safer because of the Philippine National Police (PNP) war on illegal drugs, according to the latest survey conducted by Pulse Asia Research Inc.
Included in the list of top personal issues for Filipinos are having a secure and well-paying job (44%), finishing schooling or providing schooling for one’s children (41%), and having enough to eat on a daily basis (41%).Continue reading …
The government has cautioned about a higher inflation rate this year but assured measures have been taken to mitigate any consumer price shock.Continue reading …
Around 1 in every 4 Filipinos may still change their choice of candidates in the May 9 elections, the head of pollster Pulse Asia said yesterday.Continue reading …
Despite allegations of hidden wealth, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte continues to lead his closest rivals by 11 percentage points a few days before Filipino voters troop to the poll.Continue reading …
Sen. Grace Poe and Vice President Jejomar C. Binay shared the top spot in the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey.
Poe and Binay registered the same overall voter preference with 26 percent and 25 percent, respectively, in the nationwide survey conducted among 1,800 registered voters from February 15 to 20.